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Small Gods (Discworld, Bk 13)
Small Gods - Discworld, Bk 13
Author: Terry Pratchett
Lost in the chill deeps of space between the galaxies, it sails on forever, a flat, circular world carried on the back of a giant turtle-- — DISCWORLD — --a land where the unexpected can be expected. Where the strangest things happen to the nicest people. Like Brutha, a simple lad who only wants to tend his melon patch. Until one day he hears the ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780061092176
ISBN-10: 0061092177
Publication Date: 1994
Pages: 384
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4.2 stars, based on 179 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Paperback
Members Wishing: 1
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HBNole avatar reviewed Small Gods (Discworld, Bk 13) on + 53 more book reviews
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One of my favorite Terry Pratchett books! Very funny and imaginitive. A brilliant exploration of religion and philosophy - and funny at the same time!
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Like many of Terry's books, this one left me with something to think about. As a Christian, does God need my belief to exist, or do I need Him, or a bit of both? If a god has no followers, does he still exist?
I especially like the line "You die for your family, or your country. You live every day for your god." This is a wonderful anthem for tolerance.
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raksha38 avatar reviewed Small Gods (Discworld, Bk 13) on + 203 more book reviews
The Great God Om gets religion! Classic Discworld hilarity, with some sharp commentary on fundamentalism and compassion.
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You just can't go wrong with any of the Discworld series or anything by Pratchett for that matter!
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I really enjoy Terry Pratchett's books. This one was just as good as all his others. The way he uses satire causes me to not only laugh but also to stop and think about how we really are in this world.